- You will help with the development of innovative nonlinear optical devices
- You will design an efficient system for assessment and statistical analysis of nonlinear modules
- You will develop, align, and utilize optical systems and characterization techniques for optical devices
- You will actively take part in the design and improvement of our development processes and products
- You are a student in mechanical engineering, industrial engineering, photonics, physics or a related field
- You have basic knowledge and interest in applied optics and practical experience with working in the laboratory
- You enjoy statistics and would like to apply statistical methods to improve the development processes
- You have basic knowledge in programming, ideally in python
- You are flexible and can work on site with us 10–20 hours per week
- You are fluent in German and English, both spoken and written
- You work independently, are motivated and self-reliant
- In our team-oriented working atmosphere, you have flexible options for working hours and can thus combine your job and studies in the best possible way.
- The interdisciplinary team supports you in your professional and personal further education.
- Insight into the development of high-tech products.
A complete application consists of a cover letter (motivation, max. one page), a CV and your diplomas.
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